Rue le Bec
The market hosts La Cave à Fromages where wheels of Parmigiano-Reggiano and Comté line the walls of a cavernous cheese cellar. Don’t miss the fresh chèvre infused with olive oil from the southern Ardèche. Stop into Le Chai where oak barrels surrounding a casual wooden counter make the perfect spot for sampling the region’s little-known bottlings and grands crus as well as sliced charcuterie. L’Epicier du Monde serves up an assortment of ready-to-eat dishes—crisp Peking duck spring rolls; made-to-order salads—and fresh fruit juices. Pains et Douceurs stocks baskets filled with treats, including just-baked sourdough breads, Lyonnaise bugnes (orange-infused beignets), and multi-flavored macaroons. Herring, Scottish salmon, and swordfish are a few of the freshly caught favorites at the pint-size shop, La Poissonnerie.